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2020 ARLINGTON TRIPLE CROWN

2020 ARLINGTON TRIPLE CROWN

The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Championship series headed to Texas for round 8. The triple crown format led to some highs and lows. Ken Roczen started the night with a win; however, his 1-7-2 score wasn’t enough to take the overall win. In the 250 Class, Chase Sexton outpaced the field to take a dominating victory.

 

250 start at the 2020 Arlington Supercross

 

250 ARLINGTON SUPERCROSS HIGHLIGHTS

 

Jordon Smith rounding a corner at the 2020 Arlington Supercross

Jordon Smith

Jordon Smith had many promising moments; however, luck was not on his side in Texas. His 4-20-14 score was enough for 13th place.

 

Garrett Marchbanks rounding a corner at the 2020 Arlington Supercross

Garrett Marchbanks

Marchbanks flashed his speed in Arlington. He put together a 6-5-4 score to earn his second top-five of the 2020 season.

 

Chase Sexton racing left to right at the 2020 Arlington Supercross. The background has a motion blur.

Chase Sexton

Chase Sexton put together a dominating performance in Arlington. Sexton’s 2-1-2 score outpaced the field. With this win, he is now tied with Shane McElrath for the 250SX East points lead.

 

450 start at the 2020 Arlington Supercross

 

450 ARLINGTON SUPERCROSS HIGHLIGHTS

 

Ken Roczen jumping the finish line jump at race one of the Arlington Supercross Triple Crown. He is signaling first with his finger in celebration of his win.

Ken Roczen

Ken Roczen had a strong performance in Arlington. Starting the night on a high note, he got a great start in the first of three races, took the lead, and the win. Unfortunately, he was unable to repeat his start in the second race. Buried mid-pack, he had to fight to recover for seventh. In the final race, Roczen started in fourth. In the ensuing 17 laps, there was a heated four-way battle, lead changes, and exciting passes. Ultimately, he finished in second. His 1-7-2 score landed him in second place for the night.

 

Adam Cianciarulo leading against a railing at the 2020 Arlington Supercross.

Adam Cianciarulo

Adam Cianciarulo suffered a heavy crash in the first timed qualifying session. He was unable to return. Later, it was confirmed via Instagram that Cianciarulo has suffered a broken clavicle. Our thoughts are with him on a speedy recovery.

 

Chad Reed rounding a corner at the 2020 Arlington Supercross.

Chad Reed

Chad Reed continued his One Last Ride tour in Arlington. The support from the Texas fans was amazing. His 14-12-16 score landed him in 13th.

 

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2020 ARLINGTON SUPERCROSS RESULTS

 

250 SX EAST ROUND 8 RESULTS – ARLINGTON, CA

  1. Chase Sexton - 2 - 1 - 2
  2. Shane McElrath - 3 - 2 - 1
  3. R.J. Hampshire - 1 - 6 - 3
  4. Jeremy Martin - 5 - 3 - 4
  5. Garrett Marchbanks - 6 - 4 - 5
  6. Josh Hill - 9 - 7 - 6
  7. Joey Crown - 7 - 5 - 10
  8. Enzo Lopes - 8 - 8 - 7
  9. Jalek Swoll - 10 - 12 - 9
  10. Jo Shimoda - 14 - 10 - 8

 

250 SX EAST SEASON POINT STANDINGS

  1. Chase Sexton - 49
  2. Shane McElrath - 49
  3. Jeremy Martin - 40
  4. R.J. Hampshire - 38
  5. Garrett Marchbanks - 37
  6. Joey Crown - 31
  7. Jordon Smith - 28
  8. Josh Hill - 28
  9. Jo Shimoda - 26
  10. Enzo Lopes Enzo Lopes - 19

 

450 SX ROUND 8 RESULTS - ARLINGTON, CA

  1. Eli Tomac
  2. Ken Roczen
  3. Jason Anderson
  4. Justin Barcia
  5. Zach Osborne
  6. Justin Hill
  7. Malcolm Stewart
  8. Aaron Plessinger
  9. Dean Wilson
  10. Blake Baggett

 

450 SX SEASON POINTS STANDINGS

  1. Eli Tomac - 181
  2. Ken Roczen - 174
  3. Cooper Webb - 155
  4. Justin Barcia - 154
  5. Jason Anderson - 139
  6. Adam Cianciarulo - 128
  7. Malcolm Stewart - 122
  8. Justin Hill - 110
  9. Justin Brayton - 105
  10. Zach Osborne - 105

 

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